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TBA

01-13-2021 16:18:38




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This may be why the driveway is in such bad shape.




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flying belgian

01-14-2021 17:04:21




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
It seems like only yesterday I unhooked the blade behind the shed.



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GordoSD

01-14-2021 16:19:02




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
That's a hybrid cottonwood tree . Fast growing, last about 35 years. That tree is about 18-20. Low limbs die first as in photo



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john *.?-!.* cub owner

01-14-2021 11:45:22




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
I am no expert, but I think the tree and building are real, it is the blade I would question, it does not look rusty enough to have set in that particular spot for that long. AT the very rear of the blade assembly is part of the mechanism for locking the angle of the blade missing?



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showcrop

01-14-2021 11:06:23




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
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DMartin, it looks to me like a fence not a building. Sunlight is shining on the edges of the boards. Flembo, most of the low limbs on my trees wither away and die.



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DMartin9N-2N

01-14-2021 09:21:31




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
Good morning: Just an opinion, if the picture is real, then I think the tree is too close to the building and needs to be taken down anyway.

Dennis M. in W. Tenn.



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showcrop

01-14-2021 06:18:54




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
My first manure spreader was a freebie. They told me that it is just off the side of the field. I had to go back to them twice to get better directions on where it was. Once I located it I had to get my chain saw and take down 5-6 six inch trees in able to get hooked up to it. I got around five years out of it.



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flembo

01-14-2021 05:09:43




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
I don't believe for one minute that is real. The tree doesn't show any root flare (my own term) and the blade and surrounding ground look to good. Also the branches look to small and spindly to be that low on a trunk that size. But I have been wrong many times before just ask my wife.



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coshoo

01-14-2021 10:54:13




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to flembo, 01-14-2021 05:09:43  
If there's no tree there, where did all those well-weathered leaves come from?



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super99

01-14-2021 04:58:02




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
He must not look behind the shed very often!



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cjunrau

01-13-2021 19:33:09




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
something don't look right. Is that photo shopped?



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svcummins

01-13-2021 22:24:09




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to cjunrau, 01-13-2021 19:33:09  
Could be photoshop but who knows unless someone actually knows where it is and has more pictures of it



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Paul from MI

01-13-2021 18:02:16




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
Dang, them popples grow fast!!



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Farmer Rock

01-13-2021 17:50:07




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
My neighbor has been clearing some of land over the summer for access, and one day I was riding along with him, and noticed big tree stump with a three button plow sticking out of it! I asked "what's the story behind that? ,and he said "a long one".


Rock



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rustred

01-13-2021 17:05:01




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
get that jeep on it!



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TractorTucker

01-13-2021 18:48:59




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to rustred, 01-13-2021 17:05:01  
The jeep should be able to push it out!



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svcummins

01-13-2021 18:25:26




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to rustred, 01-13-2021 17:05:01  
😂😂



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newhollandnut

01-13-2021 17:03:23




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
My grandpa had an old 3pt wing fold rotary hoe that was in the same shape



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Larry EC-OH

01-13-2021 16:25:04




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to TBA, 01-13-2021 16:18:38  
Theft deterrent tree for sure!



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uncletom

01-13-2021 17:22:09




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 Re: OT for laughs in reply to Larry EC-OH, 01-13-2021 16:25:04  
Thats why nobody returned it.



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